Wednesday 4 July is Day 47 of the Olympic Torch relay and the flame makes its way from Peterborough to Norwich.
After an overnight stop in Peterborough, it'll start its journey from the city's Guildhall Square at 7.10am.
Click below for an animated map of the route between Peterborough and Norwich.
The torch will venture into South Lincolnshire with legs in Market Deeping, Thurlby, Bourne, Spalding, Moulton, Whaplode, Holbeach and Long Sutton.
The first port of call in Norfolk is King's Lynn and then South Wootton before it goes to the Royal Estate at Sandringham.
After that it's West and East Rudham, Fakenham, Holt, Cromer and Aylsham as it wends its way to Norwich for evening celebrations and the lighting of the Olympic cauldron.
These are the expected timings of the torch relays through Lincolnshire and Norfolk:
- 7.10am Leaves from Guildhall Square, Peterborough
- 8.08am Market Deeping
- 8.27am Thurlby
- 8.53am Bourne
- 9.34am Spalding
- 10.37am Moulton
- 10.44am Whaplode
- 10.56am Holbeach
- 11.24am Long Sutton
- 12.03pm King's Lynn
- 1.48pm South Wootton
- 2.09pm Sandringham
- 2.54pm West and East Rudham
- 3.18pm Fakenham
- 3.57pm Holt
- 4.21pm Cromer
- 5.25pm Aylsham
- 5.57pm Norwich
The weather forecast for Day 47 is still unsettled.Areas of rain, sometimes heavy, will move away eastwards through the morning to give brighter conditions with some sunny intervals. However, scattered heavy and thundery showers will probably develop later. Maximum temperature 21°C (70°F).